A grieving mother

A grieving mother whose son was murdered in the Christchurch mosque attack confronted the terrorist in court today and told him: ‘You killed your own humanity.’

Maysoon Salama told white supremacist gunman Brenton Tarrant: ‘I can’t forgive you… I don’t think the world will forgive you for your horrible crime.’

Ardern said the cluster would have been significantly bigger if level three restrictions had not been imposed so quickly, as people had become infected at churches, shopping centres and on public buses.

“If it weren’t for level three, this cluster would be exponential, of that I have no doubt,” she said on Monday.

“Let me tell you what, people don’t vote for personalities. They vote for policies and people that get it done, like Donald J Trump,” Mr Perdue said.

“You know, that’s what people want. They want somebody who can get it done. They want a decider-in-chief. And if you’ve ever sat in that office, this man can decide,” he said.

He said: “Two beautiful young kids, both good kids, have been taken too early in really unfortunate circumstances.”

The teenagers’ bodies were found by police just before 11.30 pm on Sunday.

Mr Dylevsky told The Sunday Times that his aim was to remove Mr Lukashenko, an autocrat in power since 1994, by “crashing the economy”.

He said he was afraid of retribution against his family, but could not stay silent, and joined the “huge majority of people [who] are against the system and the government”.